ALM Rangers ship guidance for Microsoft Fakes, TFS Disaster Avoidance and updates to two other guides

Willy-P. Schaub

We are pleased to announce that we have shipped two new exciting projects introducing practical guidance on the use of Microsoft Fakes and for Team Foundation Server (TFS) disaster recovery avoidance, planning and step-step recovery walkthroughs for the worst case scenarios.


  • Better Unit Testing with Microsoft Fakes v1 eBook
    containing practical guidance for migrating to and unit testing with Microsoft Fakes. Walk-throughs allow you to navigate basic and advanced concepts, giving you a
    comfortable and confident start in implementing Microsoft Fakes as a mocking solution.  


  • TFS Planning Guide v1.1
    featuring new sections on Disaster Avoidance and Recovery Planning


In addition we have released updates for the Coded UI test tooling guide to introduce reporting as a key aspect of the ALM Process, and one of the ways to evaluate, measure, track, and ultimately tell if the software tested is ready for release. Also updates to the TFS Upgrade guide to include new in-the-field experiences and minor content corrections.

  • Test Tooling Guide (Coded UI) v1


  • Team Foundation Server Upgrade Guide v2.1

Please send candid feedback!

We can’t wait to hear from you, and learn more about your experience using these guides. Here are some ways to connect with us:

  • Ask a question on the CodePlex discussion forum.
  • Contact me on my blog.
  • Submit a suggestion on UserVoice, using the Rangers Project category tag.


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